Top 10 Wildlife Destinations of India

Top 10 Wildlife Destinations of India

ranthambore national park

The untamed nature of the creatures big and small,

The chirruping of birds,

And the leaves that talks.

The breeze that flows,

The nature that glows,

The richest land is where the wildlife grows.

With more than 110 national parks, 40 tiger reserves and 450 wildlife sanctuaries, the richest land is none other than the Mother India. From the deserts of Rajasthan to the hills of Uttarakhand and to the scenic beauty of Kerala, every corner of the country is home to the extremely rich flora and fauna.

Being the wildlife rich land, India fulfills the fascinations of the wildlife lovers. The land itself worth exploring has a lot to be explored in the aspect of the babies it houses. So if you are a wildlife lover or even if you are not, the top 10 Wildlife Destinations of India will definitely captivate your minds to the extent that you would actually explore them. Presenting you the top 10 Wildlife Destinations of India:

 

  1. Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan

 

tiger in ranthambore national park

Known for being the home to the magnificent and untamed creature, Tiger, Ranthambore National Park is the beloved location for people who wish to spot the real life tigers. Spread across the area of 1334 kilometers, the national park is a home to the royal predators who abode in the royal land of Rajasthan. With plenty of other wildlife species that includes the Sloth Bears, Wild Sambar and plenty of other, Ranthambore is worth a visit.

Best Time To Visit: March to May

Suggested Ranthambore National Park Tour: Golden Triangle Tour with Indian Wildlife, India Wildlife Tour with Nepal

 

  1. Kanha National park, Madhya Pradesh

tigers in kanha national park

Spread in the area across 1945 sq kilometers, Kanha National Park is the destination where the tigers actually roar in the woods as the Sher Khan roar in the books. The perfect inscription of the best classic book ever, The Jungle Book, Kanha National Park is the only land where the creatures of the book can be found. Named after the river that flows along, Kanha National Park is another most prominent wildlife place of India.

Best Time To Visit: November to June

Suggested Kanha National Park Tour: Kipling’s Playground Tour,  India Tiger Tour

 

  1. Kaziranga National Park, Assam

one horned rhino in kaziranga national park

The land that houses the World’s biggest population of One Horned Rhinoceros, Kaziranga National Park is spread across the area of 429.69 sq kilometers. Being away from the human existence, the flora and fauna of the park is flourishing is expanding quiet quickly. Regarded as one of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kaziranga is the home to the giant one horn Rhinos. Elephants, Bears, Panthers and plenty of birds.

Best Time To Visit: November to April

Suggested Kaziranga National Park Tour: Assam One Horn Rhino Tour

 

  1. Gir National Park, Gujarat

tiger sitting in gir national park

The jewel of the state of Gujarat, Gir National Park is known for being the home to the Asiatic Lions. The King of Jungle, Lion, being the major attraction of this park, Gir also houses other 32 species of mammals, 300 of birds and 26 of reptiles. Being the land of rich biodiversity, Gir is another prominent location for wildlife lovers.

Best Time To Visit: October to March

Suggested Gir National Park Tour: King of The Jungle Tour

 

  1. Jim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand

tiger in jim corbett national park

Established in 1936, Jim Corbett National park is the Asia’s First National Park. Acknowledged as the first National Reserve under Tiger Project, the Jim Corbett National Park is another most loved location for people who wish to spot tigers. With plenty of other species that it serves as a home to, includes the Fishing Cats, Serow, Goral, Himalayan Tahr and plenty of others.

Best Time To Visit: March to May

Suggested Jim Corbett National Park Tour: North & Central India Tiger Tour

 

  1. Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh

tiger fighting in bandhavgarh national park

Being the home to the world’s largest population of Bengal Tigers, the land was acknowledged as a National Park in 1968. Previously believed as the hunting ground of the royals, Bandhavgarh National Park is renowned for its Bengal Tigers and other numerous species that it houses. Spread across the area of 1200 sq kilometers, Bandhavgarh is a must visit national park for wildlife lovers.

Suggested Bandhavgarh National Park Tour: Bandhavgarh Tiger Photography Tour, Bandhavgarh Tiger Tour with Temples

 

  1. Pench National Park, Madhya Pradesh

tiger in pench national park

Known for being the home to the Royal Bengal Tigers, Pench National Park is the destination loved by the wildlife enthusiasts. With the park that offers adventure activities like the rafting, it is again one of the most visited national parks of India. With plenty of other species that it has been home to, includes the wolf, sloth, bear, leopard, fox, striped hyena, wild bear and plenty of others.

Best time to visit: November to May

Suggested Pench National Park Tour: Pench National Park Tour with Todobo Nagzira

 

  1. Bandipur National Park, Karnataka

tiger in bandipur national park

Another land that served as a hunting ground for the Maharaja of Mysore, Bandipur National Park was established in 1974 as a Forest Tiger Reserve. Blessed with the natural scenic beauty, the Bandipur National Park is one of the most prominent wildlife locations that fascinate people from across the globe.

Best time to visit: October to March

Suggested Bandipur National Park Tour: Exotic Wildlife Tour of South India, South India Heritage and Wildlife Tour

 

  1. Nagarahole National Park, Karnataka

asian elephant Nagarahole National Park

Nagarahole National Park has been recently renamed with Rajiv Gandhi National Park is known for being the home to the stunning Asian Elephant. Being a part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, national park was established in 1974. With diverse variety of species of flora and fauna that it houses, it is recorded that the park is home to the more than 250 birds at a time. The place one must visit.

Best time to visit: November to February

Suggested Nagarahole National Park Tour: Nagarahole National Park with South India Wildlife

 

  1. Eravikulam National Park, Munnar , Kerala

endagered mountain goat in Eravikulam National Park

Known for housing the world’s largest population of the Nilgiri Tahr (highly endangered mountain goat) the Eravikulam National Park was declared as the National Park in 1975 with an ideology behind to protect these mountain goats. Now, serving as one of the most beautiful National park, the size and the diversity of the flora and fauna that it houses brings uncountable number of visitors every year. The other major attraction of the park is the ‘Neelakurinji’ flower that blooms once in a twelve year.

In the words of Amelia Dashwood, “In the garden, birds sing, bees hum and the flowers and butterflies bewitch me. Every bug and beetle, petal and leaf grants peace to me in the present moment. As I tread upon emerald blades that gently sway below crystal skies, the garden unveils to me the philosophy of life.”

So, Bring a Thrill to your life with some amazing India Wildlife Tour Packages because In the end, all what matters are the memories you make to let you be in peace later. See Ya!

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